Department one, -cneney, J•
Informations were riled charging Ramon
Arballo and Leonardo Flores with bur
glary, George Harrington with aasaultto
murder, Ah Wing with burglary, aud
Fred Peterson with burglary.
People vs. Simpson and John Burns.
People vs. G. B Simpson—On trial;
defendant admitted to bail in $2500;
cauee continued until April 18tb, at 10
S. B. ; and S. D. R. R. Co. vs. Mastick
et al.—-Vive days granted to appear.
Department Two—tiurdiner. J.
K-tatc of T. A. Milroy—Letters of
administration granted to J. P. Milroy;
Dond of $500.
Department Three—O'Melveny, J.
Ex parte Joseph Kelsey on habeas
corpus—Discharged on the ccmplaint,
but ordered re.arrested and re examined.
K.-tate of John P. Miller—Contest
partially heard and continued lo April
Department four—Button, J.
Brown vs. Hopkins et al—Motion to
dissolve injunction continued to April
27th at 10 a. It.
San Bernardino and San Diego Rail
road Company v*. Masiiok et ul—Ten
days further to plead.
Knight vs. McDonald—Ten duys ad
ditional granted defendant to answer
Lonis Ackerman, a native of Germany,
admitted to citizenship.
OITY COURT —AUSTIN, J. P.
People va. John C. Moore—Assault
with intent to commit murder; examina
tion set for Saturday next, at 10 a. m.;
committed, in default of $10,000 bail.
People vs. James babella—Assault
with intent to commit murder; examina
tion set for Wednesday, May 4th, at 10
a. in ; committed in default of $500 bail.
TOWNSHIP COURT —TANEY, J. P.
People vs. James Kelsey—Obtaining
money under false pretences; examina
tion set for April 20th, at 4 p. m; bail,
People vs. J. 0. Sullivan—Battery;
cause to be set hereafter.
People vs. P. White—Practicing med
icine without a license; held to answer;
PROGRESS IN SAN BERNARDINO.
Hmn sserssnrslino City ••» *»c Ulan
Koad of Prosperity.
A brief trip through the fruit growing
portion of San Bernardino county re
veals a most remarkable development
that ia very gratify ing to all who have
the prosperity of California at heart.
San Bernardino city ia one of the
busiest towns in the state. The planing
mills are busy, thecarpeulersand joiners
and bricklayers know no rest, aud the
sound of the forge rings constantly in
tbe air. Great blocks of buildings are
being ereoted for commercial and hotel
purposes, broad cemeut sidewalks are
taking tbe plaoe of broken planks, rough
worn bricks, and mud. The great busi
ness thoroughfares will soon have side
walks worthy of an important city.
The electric light gives a cheerful ap
pearance at night, wh.le the gas company
iTactively and energetically at work ex
tending its mains to the remotest limits
of the business streets, ln addition lo
this extension of the mains, old mains
are being takeu up and uew ones of ten
times their capaciiy are being latd in
Judge Willis, one of the old time ami
honored landmarks, is treating himself
and his delightful family to a handsome
residence; Dr. Houah is following in his
footsteps; C. W. Metiler is trying to ex
cel them; Dave Wixom doesut know
why he shouldn't have as good a bouse
as his old friend, the judge; E. R. Cart
wright is determined to excell Wixom,
and I. R. Brun is making an effort to
beat them all in the most elegant resi
denee in San Bernardino.. All these gen
tlemen are well known residents and
well known to the readers of the Hek
ald who will be interested in hearing
of their improvements.
The great hotel to cost $100,000 is up
to the third story, an Episcopal church
is under contract of construction, and a
Methodist Episcopal church to cost $20,
-000 is to go up at once. The First -Na
tional Bank building will soon be com
pleted. Colonel Fred T. Perns, Chief
Engineer of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railroad, Pacific system, is
putting np a brick block opposite the
postoffioe, while the Southern Hotel will
put a $50,000 addition to their popular
hostelry. Dan. Rathbun has determined
to put up a cottage to equal that of any
of them, and three business blocks be
sides those mentioned,, costing $40,000,
are well under way or being completed.
There ore many beautiful cottages in the
suburbs, including one for Judge Gibson,
just completed, that have not been
enumerated in this list.
By wise action this thriving little city
has set a noble example to other towns
by voting $150,000 for sewer and street
improvements. This is a proud step for
this lively plaoe.
The city has also thiriy-two real es
tate offices, three banks, one brewery,
two planing mills, two brick yards and
120 shops, stores and manufactories ot
various kinds. With a suspension of
tbe fourth seotion of the Interstate Com
merce law, that would permit the impor
tation of railway iron, fifteen miles of
dummy rails will be laid across and
around the oity, leading to Arrow Head
Springs ono to Rabel Springs and other
points of importance in the suburbs.
There are four good hotels in Sao Ber
nardino, a fine opera house, Jackson's
theater and a gymnasium. The public
school buildings are large and well at
tended. In addition the oity has a well
appointed academy for those pupils who
wish to pursue studies outside of tbe
puolic school course of study.
The new settlement, Urbita, midway
between Colton and Ban Bernardino on
tbe motor line of railroad, is the con
necting link between the two towns. It
starts off with some elegant residences
aad will soon be connected with both
■Colton and San Bernardino, making but
one city in place of two.
Tbe crops around San Bernardino are
-vey fine and all the signs of the times
The press of that city is in a prosper
ous condition. The Daily Courier,
Daily Gazette, Index and Times all seem
to be in a flourishing condition. Few
cities of 6000 inhabitants, will, like San
Bernardino, support four daily and
three weekly newspapers. This fact is
very creditable to that enterprising
oftener, John Doe and Richard Roe are
found In the hands of the law, charged
with some offense against the pecae of the
The Gold Brick Cases.
The case of G. B. Simpson and John
Burns, charged with attempting to ob
tain money by false pretenses, came up
before a jury aud Judge Cheney yester
day morning. The testimony was i.imost
identical with that uiveu ou the exami
nation a sbort time since, and published
fully in the Herald. The jury were
out fifteen minutes and returniog gave
a verdict of not guilty. The defendants
were discharged. In the afternoon the
charges»f obtaining money under false
pretences againat G. B. Simpson came
up in the same Court and the prosecu
tion succeeded in finishing with two
witnesses whose testimony has already
been published. The case will go on
again Monday morning.
The following passengers left on the
1:30 train yesterday: VV. S. Newhall, D.
J. Boone, R. A. Harris, A. M. Kimball,
Mr. Burges, P. Loden, H. D. McCul
lough, Mrs. Fay, Mrs. Hollingswortb,
X, R. Cleveland, Mr. Granger, L.
The following left on the 7:30 train:
Mr. Schumaoher, E. B. McCord, Mr.
Eewis, A. Block, W. V. Miller, J. Cbes
ter, E. Kimball, Mr. Carbuser, C. H.
Dinkins, T. A. Templeton, J. A. Wil
cox, J. A. Btanwood, N. H. Peek, Mr.
The Staub Stabbing.
It appearing yesterday that Phil.
Stau b was much more seriously stabbed
than was at first supposed, John C.
Moore was held in $10,000 bail for ex
amination by Justice Austin. The phy
sician attending Staub states that the
knife penetrated his stomach some two
and a half or three inches and the
chances were against his recovery.
Moore will not be examined until it is
decided whether or not his victim will
St well. Yesterday Sttub identified
oore as the party who had stabbed
him and if his condition becomes worse
his statement will be taken.
For San Francisco —A. H. Holcomb,
E. A. Crawford, W. P. Gregg and three
in the steerage.
For Port Townsend—G. Dunham, F.
Dunham, M. M. Gilbert and wife. j
For Gaviota—W. H. Anbury.
For Santa Barbara—T. Alley, Miss I
Bertba yon Hillern,
Wanted for Forgery.
Some weeks ago Contractor Burlin
game discharged James Gallagher who
had been in his employ as accountant.
After hie discharge Gallagher presented
• bill for |60 to Mrs. Bollinger, and not
tbe money and left town. Mr. Burlin
garae yesterday swore oat a warrant for
Gallagher's arrest, charging him with
forgery in signing the name, K. C. Bnr-
Ungame, to the receipt for the $60.
I Angeles was incorporated yesterday.
The directors are Wm. Viokrey, O. Em
body. N. 8. Embody, Wm. S. Bell and
Chalmers Scott. The capital stock of
$500,000 ia fully subscribed.
The following persons were yesterday J
licensed to wed: John Kyraud to Con
stance Rose Maim, Chas. Coover to Mm
I erva Randle, Frank Pepp to Maria Vo
Board of Supervisors.
SATURDAY, April 16, 1887.
The Board, after receiving the report
of the Coroner, want into committee
meeliag to examine the court home
plait, and adjourned to meet at 10
o'clock on April 18th.
Da.mla.nt Bitters makea the old young and
the weak strong and healthy. M. Levy A
Co., wholesale liquor dealers, agents.
LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD. APRIL 17. 1887.
CHURCH NOTICES. <
Church or Christ—Temple street, near J
Port. Bible school nt »:45, D'eachtng et (
Jl A. M. end 7:80 p. M, by Ohaplaiu U. O, ,
itulllos. Young peopls's me.ttnc »t 6:80
r. m . Bible class disused to every Friday
evening. Ail nre welcome. ,
German Evanokltal bYNon 0" North ;
America— X- v. F. Brsuke, pastor; holds ,
Uerman service at BP. M Sunday Sch >ol
at 2 p. m. In If, E. Church, South on Kurt
The ltKonoiNizpn Church of Jesus
Christ ok L 1). S. Preaching ou Similar,
April 17, at 11 a m aud V/ % p. m in K.
ofP. Hal', II S. rifling street. Subject:
"The One liody vi>. Modern Contusion."
All aro invited,
Church ok t'i'R 'jAlv oy the Angels—On
Sunday even'i gat April 17th. at the
old Mission (church of our Lady of ibe
Angels), opposite La Pleas, iv this city of
Lo« Angeles theie will bn another lec
ture in Italian, lor all the Italians living
Ip and near Los Augelcs. Sabjs;'t:
"What Catho.ics do not Believe," by
East Los Ano elks Congregational Church
Rev. J. H. Phillips, Pastor. Services at
11 o'clock a. st, In Can pbell's Hall, fol
lowed by the Sunday School at 12:20 p. si.
Third Conoreoationai. Church—Corner of
Chaves aud Kallroad street. Sunday .
school at 3 o'clock p. m services at 7:30
p. M. A cordial invitation to all.
Second Presbyterian Church, corner Dow
ney avenue aud Daly street, Key. C. S.
Sprecher, pastor. In the morning at 11
o'clock Mr. Sprecher will presch on:
' Christ All powerful." luthe evening at
7:30 on: "Christ, tho Frleuu of Sinners."
Main-strf.et M. E. Church—Corner South
Maiu and Laurel stre.ts. Preach:ng
bytbe pastor,Kev. I. L Spencer, at 11 A. m.
and 7:80 p. m Morning subject; "Giving
Diligence," followed by the receptiou of .
membars and the sacrament, tveuiur
subject: ''How Saved?" Sunday Schoil
at p. h. All invited.
Tmnity M. E. Church, South, on Fort
street, between Filth and Sixth. Sunday
School at 9:30 a. m. Preaching by the
paster, liev. W. B Stradley at 11 a. m.
Old Trustees re seated. At 7:SO v. M Rev.
Wm. Mellew, for twenty-four years a mis
sionary among the Zulus, will deliver a
free lecture on "Missionary life in tbe
Dark Continent " The finest musiewby
the Trinity choir—Mrs. Beeson, Hre.
Book, Mr. Ney and Mr. Lowe Seats free
and strangers cordially invited.
First English Lutheran Church—Ser
vices ln McDonald Block Hall, 29 N. Main
street. Preaching by pastor at 11 A. n.
and 7:80 P.M. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Evening subject: "The Sceptidil Thomas."
First Baptist church—Sunday, April 17.
Swedish Prayer 3:30 r. m. Iv the
lecture room. All Scandinavians cor
dially invited. '
WRACK M. E. Ch"R('h — Rev. Will A.
Knlghteu will preach in Urace M. J£.
Church on First street, at 11 A. M. Subject:
"Humble Set vice the Basis of True Char
acter." Evening subject; "Secret Sins
Uncovered." Sunday School ot 19: op. M.
Classes at 6:30. p. St. Pralsi service at
7:80 r. M. fctranger. always made wel
Why Children Cry
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taste, and old folks wl-.o have used it wilt
never be without this King of Cough Cures,
fr.r it will rjlev ■ more casc-s of Asthma,
Croup, Cold, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
whooping Cough and all tbroat and Lung
troubles, than suv medicine ln this world.
Guaranteed byC. H, Hance.
Latest styles of Hats
Of all description at the Chicago Hat Sore,
35 N, Main street, and a cane given to each
«.o and (Jet Caned
At the Chicago Hat Store, 33 N. Main street.
A cane is given away to each purchaser of
But the Best Cine Powder.
Freeman's Medicated Invisible Face Pow
daj retailed for !wo bits, is equal to any
four bit powder nude. A scientific combi
nation for beautifying without injuring the
GEO.W. MEADE & CO
27.tL, 878 A: 880 Upper lUala St.,
I.os Angeles, Cal.
AND DEALERS IN
DRIED FRUITS, NUTS,
HAVING TAKEN THE SPLENDID STORE
lately occupied by Porter Bros., we
shall soon be lv full running order, snd in
vite correspondence or consignments,
which will havj our prompt and careful at
"We Have Come to Stay."
P. O. Box 1617. Telephone 609.
GEO. W, MEADE & CO.
M. LACY, Mana S er.
San Francisco House, "Meade Building,'
16 and IS Drumm St.
m27'3mos sund only
To Hotel and BoardiDg-House Keepers
FOR SALE —BUILDING 86x12 AND
Block 150X1OO; no other hotel;
passenger depot 75 feet distant; sood loca
tion; people sleeping outdoors for want of
accommodation. Sure thing. Apply to
C. «. UILJIORE A CO..
30 \. Spring; Street, Con Angeles.
Insanity or Deviltry-Which?
Just about once in so long a time, if not
commonwealth. It ma; be that John and
Richard have only been upon that period
ical spree, and under its exhilarating in tin.
ence were rilled with an ambitious desire
to paint the town red, as the idiom
of the day rather tersely and picturesquely
terms it. And so, as the average taste of
oommunity in the matter of colors does not
accord with that of John and Richard, the
rt straining hand of the law is placed upon
them, and they enrich tho public purse by
some few ducats, or in default and in lieu
thereof lauguish for a period in seclusion,
and the community only say;*, John ana
Richard, You should have behaved your
selves. . , .
It may be, however, that the hour of their
necessity was upon them, and John and
Richard, instead of painting (he town red,
lacked the wherewithal for the prosecution
of that laudable ambition, and so soucht to
replenish their purse by ways which the re
maiederof the commuuitype'sisfcin calling
"crooked." May be John and Richard
tapped a till, or burglariously cracked a
bank vault, or. If of a rural turn of mind,
borrowed some farmer's horse in the still
hours of the darkness, and forgot to return
it by daylight. And again tbe harsh hand
of the law lays its grasp upon them, and
John and Richard, after interviewing twelve
food men and true, don tbe peculiar uni
orm of the State, and for a few years do
some honest work. Aud again community
wastes no sympathy, but says to the delect
able twain You should have behaved your
selves. You knew what you were doing,
and must take tbe consequences.
But, suppose John and Richard, Instead
of forfeiting the sympathy of the community
by untimely festive hilarity, or by cracking
a vault, or borrowing some couut y man's
horse without the owner's permission, take
it Into their heads to kill some one. It may
be that John, Instead of a safe, takes It
upon him, because of some difference of
opinion, to crack a neighbor's skull, or with
knife or revolver lets dsyltght through
some poor fellow's vitals; or Richard de
cides that some fond, foolish girl, who has
loved him not wisely but only too well for
her own good, has lived long enough, and
so chokes tbe breathe out of her battered
body. Now the ourrent turns. It becomes
an awiul thing to launch a human being
Into eternity from the gallcws. (They don't
have so much to say about the ghastly
corpse, with dajlight shining through Its
gaping wounds, or the po>r helpless girl
with scared eye-balls starting from their
sockets, under the murderous grip of tbe
tightening fingers that clasp about her
throat.) And now bouquets be
gin to find their way into the
Srison cell, sent by tender hearted
am -els. And now goody goody sorts of peo
ple begin to say that John and Richard
must have been out of that! senses when
they did such a wicked thing. And then the
lawyers for the defense tHke up the plea,
aud show that the maternal grandfather of
John was queer, and that Richard had an
uncle's cousin who, so the neighbors said,
was not quite right And the cioquentcoun
sel proves to the Jarr that Jt lm and Rich
ard do not sleep well o' nights, and must
surely have been insane when the deed was
done. And then his honor (mm the bench
charges the jury that the nriBOOST must al
ways be given the b-nefit oF the doubt.
Ai.d the twelve good men and true, under
the bewilderment of the cross-questioning,
and the persuasive eloquence of the gentle
men for the defense, and tbe charge from
the bench, fail to agree; and so John aud
Richard are remanded for a new trial. Aud
time goes by, and the public partly forgets,
and important witnesses drift away,and the
proverbial law's delay puts oil the hour of
re-bearing, until finally a no'le prosequi Is
entered, and John aud Richard slip out of
the prison door unpunished, again to prey
upon the community, or else receive some
sentence so light that other Johns and R ch
ards are not deterred from wrong-doing by
But all the while the breathdoes not come
back to that cold body, whose open wound -
are crying for vengeance; and the scared
eyes of the poor pelples* girl, whose life
was remorselessly choked out by the pitile-s
fingers, still vainly stare upward to the
heavens for the justice which man has de
Gentlemen of the Jury, Is it not barely
possible that there was truth ln that old
form of Indictment which cald naught of
mental aberration or insane Impulse, but
which did say that John Doe and Rich'rd
Roe, without the tear of God before their
eyes, and instigated by the devil, did thus
send a fellow mortal ungurumoued before
Soft-hearted sentimentalists, there is an
old book which says: "The murderer shall
surely be put to death."
Learned Jndge upon the bench, we have
been giving to the prisoner the benefit of
the doubt for these long years, and our dead
lie unavenged, and our prisons are filled
tv Ith unpunished criminals, snd life is un
safe upon our streets. Suppose we try for
a while the other plan, and when the plea
of Insanity is set up give to the c immunity
the benefit of tbe doubt.—[Southern Cali
FOR SALE BY
w. p. Mcintosh,
Heal Estate Agent,
123 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
CITY LOTS. HOUSES FOR SALE.
SO very desirable lots between the two W»000 for a new two-story house on the
Cable lines. These lots are eligibly situated west side of Main street, near the business
in a rapidly growing and prosperous locall- center. This house Is Just belug completed
ty, overlooking the whole country clear to and will be ready for occupaucy in a few
the ocean and will be sold in a Job lot at days. It contains nine rooms, bathroom
th «;^/i\ b lyJo" price of $150 per lot. closets, basement, etc, all ln first class
AUH fiS ,on J lots . on Cnn?«;« st. style. Size of lot, 40x160; alley ln the rear
These lots command a fine view of the sur- Part cash, balance on time.
fSiVJiV!S?t^?S mrj tl are Tery aeslrable 8 and elegant cottages on Beaudry
'O-a'ions lor beautiful homes. avenue; one for 13600, the other for ,4000
JzLISSJ k « go f d 10 . 1 on B» ntee st «et, A nice new house of five rooms and a
b / ?'! c two-story houses. bath room, hard-finished aud complete in
,-Sffirfßf a i°f, ln Alcantara Grove, be- all Its anartraents. Lot 50x160, close to car
uln™W avenue. Hue. Price, mO0; remarkably cheap'
•4000 lor 40 acres of land 3 miles from Will rent for per month. <-"e«p.
the town of Azusa; 12 acres in vines and « A new two-siory house on a beautiful
'v trees; house and other improvements, street for 86500. " »c ou a oeauntui
«rr»?t ' ora * ooa lot Irontiug on Temple W.J250 for house and lot on Pine street
■nrjmi. . , . , . near Grand avenue. Easy terms.
PI?,V2??. 2 rtwo » lOtS ' ron «OK on Hill and An elegant two story house, one block
H^ l !f tB - A 1" c . CO J? er ; E »6y terms. from Temple street. Price, Sa.OU; will rent
Several very desirable lots fronting on for »60 per month wm rent
I^27^£SPJtfJ2. 4 .*" the lm mediatevi- BH2OO for a four-room hard-flniihed
fi?t° fo , r » n V, pwaramovetntue house : lot40x)20; near the Second street car
P lmm» FaWVn? near future. line and park. Easy terms.
„» l ' uu EACH for two desirable lots on nnntiKuv ,
Court street, near Beaudrv «ye„«,. Can be COUNTRY PROPERTY,
paid in installments. 040 ACRES of fine land, near San Jacin
-3 CORNER LOTS and four Inside lots on to B,a 'iou, on California Southern Railroad
Beaudry avenue, at prices from $1200 to ,or * 10 » n acre. Patented. '
12000 each. Easy terms. 24 ACRES in fruits, on Central avenue
1 lot on Pearl street, near Boston street, tn £ e e miles from Plaza, for 921,000. '
81000. 75 ACRES iv old fruits, fine brick house
Several fine lots ln the De Celis Tract. " n abundance of pure water, within a short
This property is very desirable and uear !*' s ' a " cc (>f "'c proposed town of HEN
the Maiu street oar line; on favorable terms. ipsa and the terminus 8. B. V. R. R. and
BUSINESS PROPERTY adjoining Lugonla, Redlauds aud Crafton.
. „.1 Tils property will sell for 8500 a lot very
•800 PER FOOT for (10 feet one block soon. Price, »:0,000, y
from postofflce. p O J ,
A corner lot on Main street, near Wash- 1 LODGING-HOUSE of FOURTEEN KLF 1
'TCffio, fSt&m Per front foot. W
offering the greatest inducements to speculators an.l the general PUbHc"toinvest In 6
AW MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.-sgM
#»"~My real estate office being the only one iv the city where nn-nnnnri hlnok m.-.
of thSOtty are to be fouud, parties seeking Investments will Tlo well S examine
before purchasing. * "" l
W. P. MeINTOSH,
Ileal Estate Asre.it and Compiler and Owner of the First and Only 1
Block maps of the City of Eos Auireles.
alOlm 122 HOBTH BF-RINU BTHIKT.
Tbe steamer Eureka left yesterday
with the following passengers:
The East Side Gas Company of Los I
Coal, Coke, Charcoal and Wood,
Wholesale and retail. Special rates for car- :
losd lots, delivered to all points. Office—B
Court street; t-lephone 83. Yard—Coro«r
Alameda and Jackson streets; telephone 815.
Walter S. Maxwell,
Bole agent for Wellington Coal.
Red Star ,
raw caJLa'L'VwLUa to.. ualti«obi. aa.
NORTH SPRING STREET.
New Spring and .-.Summer Goods,
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8 8 11 H II R R T 8 8
SHHII R R T 8
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Collars and Cuffs, Etc.
Eagleson & Co.,
NORTH SPRING STREET.
D. F. DONEGAN,
Oradlug Contractor and Dealer
Will make estimates on all kinds ol work.
Large contracts a specialty. Stables aud of
fice corner ol Bunker Hill avenue and Mon
treal street. Residence 87 East Second
street. m 22 tim
IN LOTS. j jg «}1 1 WITH WATER.
NO AUCTION. ( jNO LOTTERY.
ON ADAHI STREET, .11 ST OUTSIDE CITY I Hli rs.
NO CITY TAXES.
Handsome graded itreets. with curbs and eemsnt sidewalks. All ready and desirable
for building homes. Cheap and on easy terms.
Free Carriages at 10 A. 1, and 2 P. M., every day, from 25 W. First St
m'JI-lm WIESENDANOF.R A BONKALL.
J. T. RICHARDSON,
S3a AND 237 EOS ANUEEES STREET, ARCADIA BLOCK.
r„„ m ~„_, | LL_tm,ml I DON'T BUY A MOWER UNTIL YOU EX-
/iiTPiinnni R,niue *• deemng giant cfootmowkr,
1 111. IlltlOi xlllvlillUll • "larantped not to be heavier draft than or
' i!-nary 4-foot mower A sample set up ln store
and one In operatiou by William Reid, of Florence, who will gladly sound its praises.
Also ou hand the celebrated BAIN WAGONS, STAR MOLINK WALKING AND
FLYING DUTCHMAN SUI.KY, and G -!u Chilled 2 and 3 Gang Orchard Plows, 8 and 12
foot Hay Rakes, aud a full line of
AVALE KINDS OF FAHiTIINO Tools IN UENERA L.^l
WILL RECEIVE GUESTS FROM THE 20th INST.
TO ITS PATRONS.
South Pasadena Hotel.
GEORGE LIGIITFOOT, Proprietor.
S. S. LIGIITFOOT, Uaaager.
INSPECTION OF HOUSE INVITED.
c. aTsumner a co.
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
On Vernon Aye., Orange, Sixth and Ward Streets,
Saturday, April 23, 1887, at 10 o'clock, on the grounds,
GIIiT.EDGED RESIDENCE PHOPEHTY !
To Be Sold on Its merits—One Block from Seventh-Street Cable Elne.
Beautifully situated on clevat?d ground, adjoining tbe famous Fairmount Traot, only
IVi miles from the Courthouse, with extensive views in all directions. The new Seventh-
Street Park, on wh'oh the city will spend SlO.OOO, Is but a short distance away, and must
be a very favorite resort. The surrounding Improvements surpass those of ail other
localities, the property-owners realising that this Is the coming resllentlal section of the
city, have spared no expense toward furthering the efforts of nature in making it
attractive. Title perfect. A certificate furnished with each lot.
TERMS OF SALE.—Ten per cent, on the fall of the hammer. 25 per cent, within
thirty days, balance in Bix and twelve months, at 8 per cent, interest.
£t9~ Parties wishing to view the property will please call at our office and carriages
will be at their service. Catalogues on application.
C. A. SUMNER a CO.,
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street.
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C. A. SUMNER & CO.,
Rbal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 14 North Spring Street.
THE LAST AUCTION
THE ELA HILLS TRACT!
Situated on Downey Avenue, Hast Los Angeles.
Closing out sale Wednesday, April 21, 1887, at lO A.M. on the grounds
a5~-ONE MORE CHANCE TO BUY A ftoME CHEAP l^BOs
The remaining lots will be CLOSED OUT ou the above date and some rare
bargains may be expected. Large Lots 1 Small Lots 1 Low Lots I High Lots 1 A Splen
did Views! PURE WATER piped through the main avenue. Street tJars to the Tract
on the road to the Raymond, Alhambra, Pasadena, etc. Certificate of title with every lot.
TERMS OF SALE.—Ten per cent, on the fall of the hammer, 40 per cent, within
ihirty days, balance ln twelve months at 10 per cent, interest, payable semi-annually.
1' ivc per cent, discount on deferred payment for all cash.
sßss*-For further particulars, apply to
T. E. ROWAN, | («EOROI3 W. JOHNSTON,
114 N. Spring St., |or , ou the preuilata.
C. A. SUMNER & CO.,
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~7~ LAND NOTICE,
ITNITKD STATES LAND OFFICE, LOS
J Angeles. Cal., Maich 2S, 1887.—Oom*
piaiut hiving been entered at this office ny
Francis .I. llil against Stauietcm C. I'endle
ton for abandoning his Homestead Entry
No. 2483, dated October 13. 188f>, upon the
SK'4 section 28, township 8 N, rant* 14 W. ln
Los Angeles county. California, with a view
to the cancellation of said entry, tho part tea
are hereby suromoued to appear at thia
office on tbe 21st cay of June, 1887, at 10
o'clock a. m , to respond aud furnish tes
timony concerning said alleged abandon
ment. J. D. BETHUNE, Register.
J. W. Haverstick. Receiver. ap'i-34t
Proposals tor Developing Water.
THE BOARD OF REGENTB OF THE
University of Arizona invito sealed
f<roposals for the sinking of a well upon tho
and of the University. The bids should
state the price for the following depths:
' P5O feet, 500, 7M> snd 1000 feet. The Well to
be cased from top to bottom with tbe best
piping used ln such wells, said piping to be
not les- than 6 inches lv diameter.
Bldß will be received np to 2 o'clock p. m.
of MONDAY, May 2, 1887, at the office of tha
The Board reserves the right to reject any
orallblds. CHARLES M. STRAUSS,
Tucson A T., March 29, 1887. a5-26t
- A Fresno County Kalsln Vine
yard—Alfalfa and Ueneral
s Farm—SOO Acre*.
UNDER A FINE STATE OF CULTIVA
tIon and Irrigation. Fences, buildings,
ditches, levee-, and csccks built in the most
' substantial manner. Soil unexcelled, as
' growth of products show. Located near one
of the mo-t thriving lows on the S. P. Co'a
railroad: 228 sorc>- I fr. ••, Ito 6
vearsold; all have ■ • i> .• ■ >...•! "tiltl
vatedbythemostexpeil nctdviu -giowers,
■ and will soon benprcmioeut Ktiisiu Vine
" yard of Fresno county; r. bout MO acres in
alfalfa. The rest of the lnnd is now in grain
crops. The larm is well Mocked with
horses, mules, cattle snd hogs. This is a
good, substantial interest paying invest
ment with a great future. Will be sold at a
vcrv reasonable price, with easy terms ol
pavraent II required
For lull information and map, apply to
ALBERT E. ORANE,
410 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
agent for sale of all kinds of country
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
XI STATE OF FRANCIS M. COVERT,
JCi deceased.—Noiice is hereby given by
tbe undesigned, executors of .he estate of
Francis M. Covert deceased, to the creditors
a of, aud all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice, to
the said executors at the store of Bro»n
<B Foster Hardware Company, South
► pring street, Los Angeles city, tbe same
being tbe place for tbe transaction of the
business of said estate ln the county of Los
Angeles. G. 8. FOSTER.
SPENCER W. DARBY,
Executors of (he estate of Francis M. Co
Dated at Los Angeles, April 11, 1887.
NOTICE OF HEARING
OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL
in the Superior Court of Los Augelcs
county, state of California, In the matter of
the estate of Lydla Rebbeck, deceased—No
tice is hereby given that Monday, the 23th
day of April. A. I). 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m. ol
said day, at the court room of Department
Number Four of said court, ln Temple
Block, ln the city and county of Los Ange
les, has been appointed as the time and
* place for hearing the application ol James
Whltworth, Jr., Nettle Mcc and Joseph W.
, Wollskill to said court, praying that docu
ments now on file in this court, purporting
to be the last will and testament ot Lydfa
Rebbeck, deceased, and a codicil to the
same, be admitted to probate, and that let
ters testamentary be issued thereon to them,
' the said James Whltworth, Jr., Nettie Mcc
and Joseph W. Wolf.-kill, at which time and
place all persons interested therein may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated this April 8,1887.
. C. H. DUNSMOOR. Clerk
By F. P. Kelly, Deputy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
t T.-18TATE OF TERESA TALICI, DE
f _Hl ceased. —N' tlce is hereby given by the
* undersigned, administrator of the estate of
t Teresa Taiici, deceased, to tbe creditors of,
aud all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, wit.i the
n"cessary vouchors, wlihln four months
after the publication of this notice, to the
s said administrator, at the office of Graves &
O'Melveny. Rooms 19, 20 snd 21 Baker
Block, ln the city and county of Los An
geles. G. TONONI,
Administrator of the estate of Teresa Taiici,
Dated at Los Angeles, April 11, 1887.
Notice ol Application ol M. L. Wicks
FOR QUIT CLAIM DEED FROM THE
City of Los Angeles to him for certain
lands —Notice Is hereby given that M. L.
Wicks has this day filed with the Council of
the City of Los Angeles a petition ln writ
ing praying that the City of Los Angeles
execute to him a quit claim deed to all the
right, title and interest of the said city ln
and to that certain tract of land situated in
said city, and described as follows, to-wlt:
Commencing at a point on the north line
of Severn h street where It is Intersected by
the east line of Mateo, formerly Polaskl
street, and runnlns thence along said north
line of Seventh street easterly towards the
Los Angeles river 1370.04 feet to a point;
thence north 16 degrees, 86 minutes west,
721.46 feet to a point; thence in a straight
line to a point ln tbe east line of Mateo
street 807.ba feet north of the plaoe of be
ginning; thence along the east line of Mateo
street south 807.55 feet to point of beginning,
and that said petition will be beard by the
said Council of the City of Los Angeles at
its regular session to be held at the Council
Chambers ln the Cltv Hall lv tbe City of
Los Angeles at 2 o'clock on Monday, tbe
18th day of April, 1887, and all persons In
terested therein are hereby notified to ap-
E ear and file their objections, if any they
aye. why said petition should not be
granted in writing with me at least one
day before said date.
A full abstract of the title to said prop
erty has been filed with me by the said pe
titioner. FREEMAN G. TEED,
Clerk ot tho Council of the City of Los
NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UP
to lOo'clook a. m. on Saturday, the 16th
day of Aprfl, I will receive bids In wrltin g
for the stock of gonds, wares and mere nan
dlse, store fixtures and safe, horse, wagon
and harness, formerly belonging to the
firm of Phillips, Finney & Walker, at the
office of Hellman, 11-.as & Co., ou Los An
geles street, In this city, and If no satisfac
tory bfd is received of the same by that
time, I will at the hour and day above In
dicated sell all of said property at nubile
auction, at tho store formerly occupied by
said Phillips. Flnuey & Walker, on Main
street, near California street (in the Morris
Vineyard tract) Terms of sale, oash ln
gold coin. For Inspection of said property
apply to me. ABE HAAS.
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